NYS Music has pictures and words from Leif Vollebekk‘s set at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY last week. According to the review, “From the start he was one thing: connected. Leif was connected to his music, through his body, to his instruments, and to the sounds he and his band make. During each song of his set Leif would visibly lose himself to the feeling of his music. When playing guitar on his feet, Leif would never stay in one place. He would flow to and from the microphone as he needed, bouncing in and out of different sections of the songs. Even when seated at the piano, Leif would rock back and fourth: leaning, twisting, and bending, all to play the notes exactly as he feels.” See the photoset here.
Vollebekk still has a few more dates left on his tour, which hits Brooklyn tonight.
4/7 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
4/8 – Holyoke, MA – Gateway City Arts
4/9 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair